antifungal agent

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antifungal agent

[‚an·tē′fəŋ·gəl ‚ā·jənt]
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A chemical compound that either destroys or inhibits the growth of fungi.
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Fusarium spp isolates were sensitive to Natamycin and Itraconazole (100%) then Amphotericin B and Voriconazole (92%) both as shown in table 11.
Natamycin is a polyene macrolide antibiotic product of Streptomyces species, produced during fermentation, in particular from actinomycete Streptomyces natalensis and related species (HanuA!ova et al., 2010; Roberts et al., 2011).
Topical natamycin sulfate (5%, Alcon) and voriconazole (1%, VFEN, Pfizer) were instilled every hour once fungal keratitis was conformed.
Natamycin 5% eye drops were instilled one hourly and fluconazole 150mg was given orally as a single dose.
Natamycin (E 235) is a tetraene polyene macrolide and has amphoteric structure like other macrolides.
Five preservative treatments were tested: 20 ppm natamycin, 500 ppm and 1000 ppm natural plant bitters, 1000 ppm potassium sorbate, and a control not containing any antimicrobials.
We carefully observed the lesion development without natamycin and then administered topical corticosteroid.
"We had a risk assessment done by AUB on Natamycin consumption and it is very safe."
The mycotic ulcer treatment trial: a randomized trial comparing natamycin vs voriconazole.
When screening for safer antifungal agents for rice leaf-folder rearing was carried out in our laboratory, the ternary combination of natamycin, sorbic acid and methylparaben were the best for rearing of the rice leaffolder (Su et al.
Kraft in February vowed to remove artificial preservatives from its most popular varieties of Singles cheese slices by replacing sorbic acid with a naturally occurring antifungal agent known as natamycin. Last year, the Northfield, Ill.-based company said it removed artificial dyes from three varieties of macaroni and cheese that come in child-friendly pasta shapes.
Khoury had added an anti-fungal agent, natamycin, to his labneh to extend the product's shelf life.